First Dance Studios Celebrates their 5th Season…Closes 2017 with a BANG!!!

Montego Bay, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – First Dance Studios Celebrates their 5th Season: First Dance Studios after claiming 9 medals back in 2016 at the World Dance Championship held in America entered 2017 in high spirits and after thrilling months of classes and competition, taking home multiple medals from the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) Dance festival earlier this year, a colorful and creative Dance Summer Camp.

First Dance Studios’ dancers decided to close the year in fine style with a Grand Gala celebrating their 5th Season. Twice the fun with two nights of dance showcase hosted at the IberoStar Resort December 9 & 10, 2017. An evening dubbed “Timeline…a Jamaican History Story” Using music and dance to take their audience from creation through slavery to days of political unity driven by the late Bob Marley and into our modern days. All interludes were decorated with musical melodies of folk songs and recitals from the late Mrs. Louise Bennett-Coverly. Performers for the night included the First Dance studio dancers, Show Jam performing great hits from reggae king Bob Marley, Upstage group took us down memory lane with popular folk songs that the audience could sing along. The evening ended with a medley of folk songs and an artistically choreographed piece to the popular party song “Fling yuh Shoulda” done by Ding Dong.

After party for these great dancers came the following weekend when the leaders of First Dance Studios treated their girls to a Celebrity Master Class with the world famous Paige Fraser on December 16th, 2017. This class saw the dancers interacting and having one on one with Paige Fraser a great model and dancer that through personal and health difficulties remained focus and stuck to the passion and fire that these young dancers now possess. First Dance Studios, was born out of the passion of two sisters who started dancing at a tender age themselves, who now wish to see a performing arts center in western Jamaica. The sisters encourage youngsters to remain focus and to never lose their passion.

For more information on first Dance Studio Dancers email: or call: (876) 377-9181

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